Five seconds to impact »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) aviation lecture Steve Forward talked about UK aviation near miss reporting, how Airprox occurrences are near accidents and the role of the UK Airprox Board (UKAB) in investigating these.
CII member economic outlook and Brexit survey results »
Results from the annual CII member economic and Brexit temperature check
CII urges publication of Brexit financial services position paper as insurance profession splits over future UK-EU regulatory relationship »
CII members are split down the middle over the desired UK-EU future regulatory relationship with the EU post-Brexit.
This division is set against a backdrop of a notable improvement in economic and business sentiment since the last annual survey of the profession.
The insurance and financial planning profession is united in considering Brexit as the biggest risk to the sector, followed by cyber security.
Nearly a quarter of Senior Directors surveyed believe it is likely or highly likely that their firm will move operations out of the UK in the event of a ‘no deal’ scenario.
More than twice as many CII members would consider a second referendum to be beneficial for their firm as those who think it would be damaging.
CII urges Government to clarify its stance on financial services in Brexit negotiations and calls for the publication of the leaked ‘EU Exit Analysis - Cross Whitehall Briefing’.
Salvage and the changing world of Lloyd's open form »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) Marine & Energy lecture David Lawrence provided an overview of the Lloyd's Open Form and talked about how the changing environment to the maritime industry is impacting on the salvage industry and the use of Lloyd's Open Form as a salvage contract.
The hazard of pilot fatigue »
In this Insurance institute of London (IIL) aviation lecture Dr Rob Hunter outlined and discussed how pilot fatigue is managed and how it might be better managed. In his presentation, Rob explained that following an accident it is too easy to focus on the pilots' failings rather than the fatigue that has facilitated the failing.
The Enterprise Act (damages made for late claims) »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) claims lecture Andrew Wales QC considered how the Enterprise Act, which into force in May 2017, may impact on day to day claims handling. Attendees can expect to develop their understanding around the recent changes to the law concerning damages for late payment and what change this may have on claims handling.
1/1 renewals »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) reinsurance lecture Nick Frankland provided an insight into the trends witnessed by Aon Benfield during the dynamic January 1, 2018 reinsurance renewals period, and examined how the industry addressed the global protection gap, which stood at 40 percent in 2017.
The impact of emerging rehabilitation technologies on serious injury damages »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) accident lecture Mark Burton and Joe McManus looked at the impact of technology on various types of injury claims and different types of heads of loss such as Care. They commented on how this technology will change the landscape for insurers.
Less is more for strong market oversight at Lloyd's »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) London Market lecture Jon Hancock defined performance management and oversight in the Lloyd's context, and set out what good looks like and showed how a light but strong touch prudential regulatory regimes at national and international levels are essential the if the true value of insurance is to be realised.
London's super sewer »
In this Insurance Institute of London (IIL) property lecture Geoff Loader talked about the history and background to the project, the reasons why the tunnel is needed and how the project is managed in relation to the construction work that is being undertaken.